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#31
Quote from: hucker on January 01, 2023, 12:37:25 AM
Still doing it, every minute.  Very annoying.  The program has a bug, please do not say to try workarounds.  Just turn off the focus stealing ability.  No other program does this.
There isn't a problem that I'm aware of.
If you describe the problem, that would help. How is it stealing focus, what is shown, where is the new focus?
What version of BoincTasks are you using?

In BoincTasks settings:
1) Rules, are there any rules present.
2) Gadget, Show only over icon

#32
Questions / Re: TThrottle support for only 16 cores
December 11, 2022, 01:14:25 AM
I will add it to the list, it's only the temperature graph that's effected by the number of cores, not sure if the driver can handle more.
Updating the driver will be impossible, way way to expensive and maybe not allowed.
#33
Questions / Re: Can't connect to BOINC client
November 17, 2022, 02:14:20 AM
Quote from: coolvan on November 17, 2022, 01:06:22 AM
One Linux Machine is invisible to Boinctasks, However I can use the Boinc manager to remotely get access to the  remote Boinc manager.
Is there an entry in the BOINC log on the machine you can't connect to?
Something is refusing the connection.
The only thing I can think of is a password problem.
You can connect to the BOINC client with BOINC manager on the same computer you use BoincTasks on.
#34
Interesting.
The sequence shouldn't matter, obviously who starts BOINC matters.
#35
The CPU % is not related to the CPU frequency or speed in any way.
It's the BOINC client counts the real time and the run time reported by Windows.
Dividing the two gives the %.
It seems that something is stealing CPU time.
Even if the cache should be disable, it still should be something close the 100%.

You should check what the load is for the individual threads and who is using them.
The resource monitor should help you with that.

#36
Wish List / Re: Intel ARC A750/A770 support
November 11, 2022, 01:45:31 AM
I need to integrate the Intel API and that's difficult to test, one small mistake and everthing crashes.
I will add it to my to-do list and pick it up when I have time next year summer?
#37
That low, maybe the CPU is doing something else with a higher priority.
#38
Yep, notices are a likely suspect and alerts end up in notices.

You could try BoincTasks Settings -> Notices -> remove the check at Show Alert every.
#39
Is it a CPU or GPU task; less CPU on a GPU task is a good thing.
#40
Now I understand.
I've seen it happen in other apps for no apparent reason.
My guess a notice maybe.
In general, clicking on the button removes the highlight.
#41
Do you have a screenshot, tells more than words.
But I guess you mean the Task button/selector.
There is nothing that BoincTasks does to change the color, so it must be something Windows does or the monitor.
#42
As in one of the lines in the Tasks tab or something else.
#43
Questions / Re: No GPU temperature shown
November 06, 2022, 12:10:02 AM
GPUZ and HWINFO should be able to detect more than one GPU.

https://efmer.com/tthrottle/tthrottle-manual/ Chapter External
#44
Questions / Re: TThrottle support for only 16 cores
November 06, 2022, 12:06:29 AM
More the n16, shouldn't be impossible, but difficult to test.
#45
Wish List / Re: Intel ARC A750/A770 support
November 06, 2022, 12:04:57 AM
Should be possible, but I don't have a card for testing.